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The battles Saturday and Sunday.

--Gen. Jos E Johnston. Commander-in-Chief, was wounded slightly by a spent ball in the groin. The slaughter amongst medical officers has been severe, no doubt owing to their freely exposing themselves on the filed Surgeon E. S. Gaillard, Chief Surgeon of General G W. Smith's division, has fled his right arm battered by a Minnie ball, and will lost it. Hatton's brigade (Tennessee) has lost one surgeon and three assistant ditto. The brigade was terribly shattered.

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